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Ideas for a 1980’s Summer

A few years ago, I decided to give my daughter a 1970’s summer.  The point was to take things back to a simpler time, to disconnect from devices for a while and to stop and smell the roses for a brief moment each day.  I want her to enjoy the modern conveniences she has growing…

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What’s My Name?

When I got married, I had the distinct pleasure of going from being a Smith to a Jones.  It was such a major step up, I didn’t even want to change my name.  It didn’t make much of a difference to me, but it did to my future ex-husband.  My last name was one of…

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Let’s Talk About Sex, Baby

Salt-N-Peppa probably weren’t thinking about a bunch of 5th graders when they rapped about sex, you and me, all the good things, and the bad things that may be.  But this is my reality.  Growing and Changing, aka Sex Ed, started this week for my daughter’s 5th grade class.  My daughter is 10 years-old and…

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One Day at a Time

May 4, 2016   Dear Mrs. Shaw’s Class, Ella Jones was born on a very hot August day in Los Angeles, California.  She moved to Arizona when she was one and a half years old.  She loves to go to new places and explore new things, but at the same time, she likes to have…

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No Day But Today

Guest post by Terri Takata-Smith Today a Facebook memory popped up in my newsfeed of my yougest son’s Kindergarten graduation.  I can’t believe that was just last year.  I mean two years ago…wait…2013…FOUR years ago?!  What?  How did that happen?  Warp speed?  < Ugh > Tomorrow is his last day of fourth grade and my…

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